overmaster

[ oh-ver-mas-ter, -mah-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF overmaster
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"He has fainted," said Tom, not allowing the worse fear to overmaster him.

The coward is not the man who is afraid, but the man who allows his fear to overmaster him.

He longed to cry to her from his soul, to crush her body against his, to overmaster her.

Scoundrels dictate laws to the Convention, which they overmaster.

Again he sought to take her, to hold her and overmaster her.

The slow flowing of countless littles into the hands of the One Overmaster Great is suddenly reversed.

The necessity of recovering it cooled for the moment the passion which had threatened to overmaster him.

It had begun so delicately; it became in a little while so determined, it threatened to overmaster him.

Here his emotion appeared quite to overmaster him for an instant, and Comethup felt very sorry for him indeed.

As he came near Corless's his former agitation began to overmaster him and he halted before the door in indecision.

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